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Voyage of the Yes (1973)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama  -  16 January 1973 (USA)
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Two teenagers set out on a 2000-mile sailboat journey from California to Hawaii.


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Two teenagers set out on a 2000-mile sailboat journey from California to Hawaii.

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[last lines]
Orlando B. Parker: [reading a letter] Dear Abby, we made it, but without your advice. My friend and I had this little problem of no food, no water, no wind - nothing out in The Big Empty. But we learned somethin' you can tell your sob-sister readers - when you start quittin', the dyin' begins. Quittin' is very bad for your health and that's a fact. Sincerely, Orlando B. Parker. Oh, P.S. Reason why I write you, Abby, is kind of embarrassing. You see, a shark got me pregnant. Now, should I tell my ...
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10 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a bit of a hidden gem. Not a master piece, but a very good film that didn't look like it needed a large budget. If it had a large budget, some one got a lot more than usual.

It is almost solely about two young men on a small craft in the ocean, on a long Odyssey. The reason for the trip isn't as important as the trip. It's the trip that is the film.

The perils of the shark were not as down played as they are today. The shark in this movie makes an attack, and we get the all too real peril of being in the wilds, away from any help, trying to doctor a shark attack.

The perils of gangrene aren't mentioned enough in films, even today, and I hope it isn't a spoiler to say that this film is about that peril, as well as the drama between the two young men.

More over, it is a vehicle for a song made popular by Simon and Garfunkel, EL CONDOR PASA. This song is an easy listening song that requires minimal instrumentation. One of the young men, and you can guess which one probably, sings this song on the boat. The film is worth seeing for this, as well as all the other reasons stated. There is just enough to keep your interests throughout.

It's a timeless piece that should be as enjoyable today as it was then, with a stage drama air about it.

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